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The thermostat has three contact points. Most of our line voltage thermostats are wired for heating, unless specified otherwise. When you open the thermostat you should see a white wire that is at blue dot and another wire at the red (heating). The red is your power – do not move this wire. The wire on the blue dot needs to be moved to the yellow dot to be wired for cooling.
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If your thermostat is located in an area with direct sunlight, or near a heat vent, it will inaccurately read the air temperature, causing your equipment being controlled by the thermostat to run or be shut off when it shouldn’t.
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A piggyback plug is for easy connection to a 120V AC grounded receptacle. Most of our K-Kontrol thermostats are available with a piggyback plug for easy installation. Simply plug the equipment you are trying to control into the plug, and plug the receptacle into a 120V outlet.
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Yes, K-Kontrol thermostats are N.E.C. 457 Ag-Rated, and NEMA 4X.
K-Kontrols are manufactured in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
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Eau Claire, WI 54701 U.S.A.
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